Chapter 24. Wireless Networking

Many organizations are deploying wireless networks. Wireless networking allows users to easily move around the office, between their desks, to another employee’s desk, or to meeting rooms while still maintaining network connectivity.

Although wireless networking makes it easy for employees to connect to the corporate network, it also makes it easier for an attacker to connect to the network if proper security is not implemented.

This chapter looks at how a public key infrastructure (PKI) can be used to increase your wireless network’s security by requiring certificate-based authentication for wireless network access.

Threats Introduced by Wireless Networking

When an organization implements a wireless network, several ...

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